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Toier ieDt tn 4 olet Oer publr fifty ft IW0 In n tn tho oult COUlt room ro01VOM roOI roOIon roomfoD9
VOM of Mar orlensens enscn8 relatives were wereit WerePIn Worerect
it rect on Kit w not rlen 511 hla father Vho wbo lO hM hMS Im Imletoror I1t9uetofore
S PIn rttofora taken advantage of every everynpwtunlty ewr ewrolprIUnl eeryjportun1tY
npwtunlty letoror 10 be with wih Ith his son sonMirtemen sonMortensen 800rtenen
olprIUnl Mirtemen rtenen In company com pan with Wih Deputy Deputyatrlffi DeputferU DeputyprIfi
atrlffi lUWBh and Busby walked wullell wullellfrom walkedtorn
ferU Jull to tit court IIOUEO IIOUEOuiJ
from torn Ihe county jul tll 10uII 10uIII
uiJ U itemed tocnloy 10 eno enIOY the fresh fesh mornlimjir mornlim 10rnllif 10rnllifar
I jir 1r ud U Invigorating Invlgomtn walk wlII nlk very ery much muchitpwrlnj mue mucp3rlng 1 1Itmlng
itpwrlnj ar Itmlng very er much refreshed by tho thouce thoI theiue
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His cnso was called shortly after 11 11oclock itoclock1
ClS0 Wil cllel Ihorty nter 1
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oclock when whol District D Il tlct tvlct Attorney AtorJy Ulchnor Ulchnorstaled WehnorHinted IIchnorstated
staled that on last Wednesday WodllRday Judge JudgeHtewntt JUllgetIWnltl Judge8toVntVt
Htewntt tIWnltl upon Ills 118 own 011 motion moUOI trans transferred truls trulsfrled transftrred ¬
ferred the tn Vase of the Btato IHlto of Utah Utlh Utlhpetor vs vsPeter vs1etor
Peter Moitonseii Ioltonael charged chllged with tha thamurder thamUtder themurder
murder of James It Huy Iuy to Judge JudgeMorses JUdiMOlle1 Judge1oIso8
Morses MOlle1 court cOlrt for further hearing helrlng Mr MrKlchnor Mrmchnor MrElehnor
Klchnor sold Ill further The slatuH Hlntulot HlntulotthiN of ofthin ofthis
thin cnKO at present re Oll Is that thlt the Infer Infermatlon Informnton 1nforinatlon
matlon wan wnf filed In the court on Oi Jan 29 29I1O2
1103 mnton 1103 the defendant defldull el was Wil arraigned lrnlKned on onFob onFllb onFoli
Fob 8 nnd on 01 Fob 12 1 ho entered clterd the thepica tho1IIIn theplea
pica 1IIIn oi not nt guilty Ruly to the charge On Ontho Ontho Ontl0
tho last mentioned mentolll date dtlo the th case wan wantransferred wnf wastransferred
transferred trun forred to this thll court to hear hrlr all ni mo motlonH 10 10tonA inotions
the thecourt thecourt thecourt
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court tonA that thlt thin thll case CISU be set for Monday MondayMay Mon MondayIuy ay ayIuy
Iuy B f 1802 1802Bernard tO2Iteruard
Bernard Icrlnro 102 102Icrlnro Stewart Stewlrt stated HlatCI that the date dntewould dlto dltowoull datewould
tho defendant defendantIs
would woull be uutlsfaotory uatlsflotory to letendnnt
Ills Is 11 Mr Mortensen Mortell1 present presolt In II court courtasked courtasked 1 1asked
asked Judge Judlo Moroe MoroeTo Morfe MOrHOto
To 0 which question queston Mr Klchnor Echnor re replied tepled ropiled ¬
plied pled that Markrisen 1lortensel and nld his hil attorney attorneywere ntorny ntornywelo attorneywere
were both prcBcnt prcBcntThe preacutThe
The 1ho court pesent pesent1ho then thel asked nal < cd how long It Itwould I Itwould
would woul probably Ilrolnhly take to try tho case caseand cnsealt caseanti
and was told tol that It would taku four fourweeks tourweehs fourweeks
weeks alt or more moreThe morefhe morerho
The oidor olor was wnl then made Betting settnu the thecase thecnse thecase
case for fo trial on UI tho above 1100 date dateImmediately dnloImmedalely IntoImmediately
Immediately after nfler the order Irdlr was wasmade wnsmule wasmade
made Mortonien MDrlonsel and Ind the deputies deputes left leftthe lef loftthe
mule the court cout room and walked Wtll back to tho thoJnll th thjlii tlteJolt
Jolt
JnllThf jlii The Ihl dnto to net sell H very satisfactory antstact r to toboth toboth toboth
both sided sllel 10 giving gvlnthem them two months 10nths and andu ld ldI
u I half hul to work up their case and II they theywill thoywi theyvIII
will wi be ready for trial trJllnt at that time tme un unless unIcas Unlvss ¬
less pens something sOlehnf very unexpected hap happens ha hapens hapPCIS ¬
THE IKERELEASE RELEASEOFMISS RELEASE OF MISS STONE STONEStale
i Stle Stale Department Dpatment Receives Recives Cablegram Confirming Confrming Report that thatRansom thatRm thatRansom
Ransom Rm Money Has Been Paid PaidBrigands Brigands Have a Week WeekIn eek eekIn
In Which to Make Their Retreat Retret Safe
WIQllon WiAthgton Fcb rc IB 16Tho Tho state Stlto do dot deJIAI dofti
JIAI Wtat t has aJ received recelvcl cable advices advicesth udvlcesaDf udvlceWiAthgton
aDf fti r th Ibe report r olt that the thornnlon1 ransom ransomBOMJT ransomSO7
BOMJT 1 hr fO il MIss J Stone has been paid to toHi tol tolii
Hi l brtjwid Mr rtjn nd captors ca tou It I U not known
when whel her release will wi occur but It Is Isunderstood Isullertool Isunderstood
understood ullertool that the brigands hrlgnldl have havemade havemadon havemade
made a condition cOlall1 hat tha V they shall slll have haveu
u 1 period of Otl n week or ten days In Inwhich Ittwhich n nwheh
which to make mlko sure their safe retreat retreatbefore retreatberore retreatbeforo
before the tle prisoner Is delivered dolverC up
r HcNRY NRY SAIL FOR NEW YORK YORKEmperor
Emperor E rr Sends Snds Him a Telegram TelegramCommander Commander Beehler U u S SN SN SU
N Bids Him Good Oo Bye for the U S Embassey EmbasseyPrince EmbasseyPrinceDnie EmbasseyPrinceDenies Prince PrinceDenies
Denies Dnie He Wrote Admiral Dewey a Letter LUer of Apology Aplog
BrK Ertlthven rentethtyen hav < > n Feb l eb 15Prlnce 1Glrllce Henry HenryHUM lenry lenryUU hoarytailed
HUM UU for to Hew tew ew York at 343 p m Tho Thol Tholut
l lut li t I sees a of the prince from the shore shorewmcahe shorenlhen shoreass
wmcahe nlhen ass he stood 81001 on 01 tho bridge of tho thoXronprlnzfrilhelm the1tOflPrlflZIhhehrn
Xronprlnzfrilhelm 1 nprlnz lhell In n an admirals nlmlrnl unl unltorn unllor unitoTn
torn lor And 1D nd lifted lled his hat hit In response to totilchMrj toI totht
tilchMrj I tht cb eber t of the assembled o8erblel crowd crowdCommander crowdCommander crowdCtamander
Commander William WIIm H I IJcchlcr lcehler U UK UI
8 I K Klhe the United Unied States naval attache attacheI ntnche ntncheIt
It I Berlin Dlln bid bi the prlnco goodbye for forto torI forItt
to I United Unied States embassy embus embassytator y
fomtttTlfhirscky fnlor tator TI Tlthjrseky hlreky prime minister mlnltcr to totMun tolanutc tolhhTttatI0
tMun lhhTttatI0 lanutc tlc cities cite bade farewell tnrewel to the thejfto thelrltt thelrte
lrltt jfto lrte for Emperor Em eror William Wlinm who sent sentte
ti II brother a te telegrm telegrani ° srnn previous to the
eprtre fitlur Dtture of ° the earner earnerto
f Ptevo lul to BalllnS 8aln Prlnco Henry Jenry h1enr In Invth
tnverlUon tfleratlon vth wih the correspondent correspomlnt of offcrted
tie
Aoclalpd IIOIS IIeSS retorted rccrted to tho re reai1
tr tortthM tat he bad ai1 wml Itltln written n a leter letter > ttcr to Ad AdZT A
elm r V
ZT mil Dn apologizing for the con
S ar et 1 01 Ihe tt Utrmtm ltmnn S1i sqlnlron 8quadro adron In Manila
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tTlr have Written
Irlten to Admlrnl AdmlrnlTHE Dewey
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bmYUle bmYUleTiE y life lifeTUE
THE TiE APOLOOV AlOlGY TO DEWKT DEWKT1BThe DEVIYTihing Y Yblngton
Tihing blngton 1eb eb 1BThe Associated Associatedfrom
P1H
Irl loay tojy received from authentic Mhontloregarding
tturtg nuthlnto
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regarding the re
r titer 11 tht Prince Henry had hftdto hld writen written n
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Jrter The It aplogy to Admiral AdmiralDcwey Dele Dewey
Inroratlon which follows WM
IOt eet re recelvel elved from Admiral tolows
Dewey him
ftif and eldl n bt btt trm from an Intimate Inlmnto Amlrnl friend of his hisThe
The he 1 Ciulcly be b absolutely vou vouched hed for forI or
lttt I I c5 Statu I titer TI TIhe ttr r admiral front frT ran ra a 1 bl ha nait mrmber i rt recentv recently ° ently of the received rec United lcd a ac5
embauy y at a lierlln lerln in which Unlpd the
T Tifh h nuMian nU8 lan
Transcaucasia Feb
ITo ltr0 QOLke bie 0 or lcUml 1110 or the earth earthi earthMlrowd
Q1k hich destroyed destroYe the town ot otUMW
UMW kit btka I bd had i been eel en recovered up to tohlf
ten1n hlf I appears IPpenrs certain tl that
Irerl IeraI 1 hUndred
bods boii are burled
tbe bies in n
I flUU tures and dbrls d brls caused cau e by byqu b the
lob ThR r
qu Quakes M
COntInue cltnue Qt In
tena1 and the
lie work or o
excavating In
afh txcnvntng
Iarb or the
Iclms ictims proces wIth dlf
LttT wih
r Amon Among the deed dl
OtflCfl ae are many
OleD bo
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the
tme time at the PIln
writer wrier gave a resume of a 1 conversa conversation conVC1fn conVC1fnton conversation ¬
tion ton ho had hld had with wll Prince Henry of ofPrussia oCl1rUI11 ofPrusla
Prussia l1rUI11 nt the dinner given Ien the latter latterby later laterby hatterby
by Ambassador White prior to the theprinces theIIlncol thelItflcetI
princes IIlncol departure dcplrturc for America In this thisconversation thisconvcrSl thisconversation
conversation convcrSl ton the prince Ilrllee referring reterrlnl toTls toTlshaving totlshnvlng toIihaving
having hoped to return tlurn from the cast castvia Cllt ClltIn castvia
via In San an Francisco after his services servicesIn lervlces lervlcesIn
In the China squadron hut having been beenobliged beenoblgc beetioblIged
obliged to hasten hl ten home via Suez uez on no account nocQunl nocount ¬
oblgc count of his mothers Illness Incs In n his hisusual Illsusual lilatsual
usual candid cancht manner and agreeing nleelnQ with witha wih wihn
a n remark rlmlrk that thll the present was n 1 much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more opportune time tmo for his visit no sad sadI Id IdI
I I know you ou Americans feel very verynore ver verfore veryacre
acre fore nbout affairs In n the east and I do donot donot donot
not blame you ou I myself 11elt made n mis mistake miBtnkp mistake ¬
take tnkp which I see Is now nl being ex explolttd eJ e ePhoitJ
plolttd by bytbo the English Englsh press to create createn
n 1 prejudice When at Hongkong 10l1kong at ata
a 1 dinner 1inner on the Deutschland the theprinces theIlrlnccl theprinces
princes Ilrlnccl flagship fngshlp In the cast In t Commo Commodore Commo110ro Commodoro ¬
dore Deney was WIS present and nl was WI8 the thesenior thelenlor thesenior
senior lenlor officer ofcer there were two Itus Itusslans Huaslnns Russians
slans some English l nglAh and a1l officers ofcels ot otother orother ofother
other nationalities nntonnltel which I cannot recall recallwhen recal recallwhen
when I proposed propost11 the health henlthor of first firstthe Irlt Irltthe liretthe
the crnr ot Ilu lulsla Russia sla then Ilen others othcrl and nndlast Int andhnt
last II t of all ni that of the president of the theUnited theTnlc theUnited
United Tnlc States Dewey D eY was wnl offended oendIl as asI nsI asI
I learned learnd the next day and I realized realizedI realzed realzedI
I had made nUdu a 1 great Irent mistake I Imme Immediately ImmeIUlt lnmeiliatchy ¬
diately IUlt went on board the Olympia and andsaw anl andsaw
saw Dewey Dt1e who ho accepted my apology apologymost apologytitost
most 10 l graciously graciouslyTho graclouslThf
Tho Thf prlnco added a 11 Id that ho was well wellawaro wel wellawaro
awaro tlul Ill mistakes had been made mudt on ontheir onthplr onthilr
their part nri lui that his hil rotations rlintons with withAdmlrnl wih wihAdl111ral withAdnilrcil
Admlrnl Dowcy had always been of the themost themost tuemost
most n agreeable and pleasant character characterHe chnrnrter chnrnrterI
He pent Ient Ms highest regards relardl to the ad admiral ndmlrl admimi ¬
mimi I mlrl nod Inli expressed eJpresse his sincere hope hopeof hopeor
of kit en seeing leelng him during his visit to Amei AmeiIta Anietkit lel lelen
I VICTIM OF AN EARTHQUAKE EARTHQUAKEHundred
The Three Hundred Corpses Corpse Taken from Ruins Rulns of Shamaka ShamakaSearch ShamakaSerch ShamakaSearch
Search Serch is Slow Because Piles Pies of Wreckage Wreck ge Are So Sovast SoVastQuake SoVastQuak
vast VastQuake VastQuak Quakes Continue Contnue at Intervals
clpal cpRI shock ahocl were congregated congeGtcd In the thevarious then thevarious
houses housesSt
various n loul bath
St Petersburg Feb leb 15Tho latest latestnews lateAtnews latestnews
news received here from Shamaka Shnmnkn con confirms conlnl confiring ¬
firms lnl the appalling n nlln character ch lcter of the theearthquake theenrthqu theearthquake
earthquake enrthqu ke nt the place and adds odls that thatthree thatthlee thatthree
three hundred corpses cotPI1 have already alreadybeen alrendbeen alreadybeen
been taken takel out of the ruins Tho plies pliesof lIles lIlesor
of wreckage wrckag nn ar > so 10 vast that the thesearch thesearch thesearch
search la I necessarily nlces8irlr slow Most of the theVictims theIctms thevictims
Victims were Mussulmans MussulmansThe
Ictms The survivors arc lre encamped encampel outside outsidethe
the ruins of the city ciy I
I BO 1310 WESTERN WESTERNOILLANDLr OIL LAND DEAL DEAL
1a 1a Franci500
Francco Feb ISThe
ttlnln tnlng sr8 lolt this
Iuul Relaltant t upon
ed On In extenllvo operatonl Operations
devlo men t work ork by b an
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exploration cplorton and prospecting pr JCtnr organisa organisation ¬
tion formed eighteen elglte enm months ntha siiei ii ii v 1 1Joteph 1 t tJoseph > > i
Joseph A A Chanslor and C A Canfleld Canfleldof
of the ChanilorCanfleld CllwllorCanleld company and at
A 4 B llutlcr Duler the largest deal 1101 HI II this thoaccumulation thl thlICCUlulltOI thisacculnulatioie
accumulation ICCUlulltOI and transfer trlncl of western westernoil wcslernQI
oil QI lUopurtKH to ulth1 ever Qvn VC undertaken uluMtlllen lint 111 just justbeen jUlt jUltLeon justbeen
been consummated consul1nnl d anl and Is now nol an announced UI anflounced
flounced for tho first time timelly I linefly 1 U U11y
fly this thii trnnttactlon trlnllhl 108000 acres IctOI of ofoil ofoil
oil 01 hind III In n Wyoming Womhtl Utah IJuh I itit and nn toloia toloiado 0101 oloiado
do 20000 OO OO acres aCrl of whloh tire 1 proven provennii 110el
are art > tut tlne1 ttiinoii nod over by b thin 111 Hxuioutlon fxulorlton coil cciiearn COl coilcoin
earn cnln to thu Ll Amuiluin Allltkll Coimollduted CnlMolllulol 01 Oilcompany 01COIIUI 01coIilpulIy1
company COIIUI a 1 combination cOlbllltlun of syndicates nymllcaUnconipOMd Illcute
conipOMd COIIJOIU 00111 hosed of m 11 ritsit ii iiioinlnuiit IIOllln ii lt t In II fl tho I oil oilDuulnwM 01 oillulsineas
DuulnwM 116h In New Vorli 101 orh Ililenm Chlcllo Omaha Omahauml Olhn Om4hnstiti
uml 1111 Callfotnln Ooltollln for tin tI sum 11 of W 38000 L81QOO L81QOO8aii 76000 76000Ban
Ban 81 Krarirlnro 1tonrlro nlll 11 be hI tho ImM hnl of sup <
piles and the hue already alreadyCfetablnhed
1laM Illd Ihl conjointlou cOIolllol hl Ilroady Ilroadyc alreadyesetabhisheil
Cfetablnhed c ellblHled u 1 branch blulch oillve Uce litre litreFIMIINOS h iirelhhlil4S re rePIIII
FIMIINOS PIIII S NlilW NI Tiii IW THAWING THAWINGBo
Bo Tcsdfles Tc llel OnvVnil Gov flnvInlt J nl MoAira loturo Senate SenateInvcHllKallon Selito SelitoIIVC81nllul HenutoI
InvcHllKallon IIVC81nllul I ii vest Iga I Ia ii Committee CommitteeWaBhlntton COlllltcc COlllltccWashlnlton Cri iii in I tee teeWashIngton
WashIngton Washlnlton F Ft bj5The GTho hearing of
lot 01 Tftft on 01 the Ihlllptilncis lhI llno by h tho thosenate thoFClnto therolinto
senate FClnto committee cOllnlteo on 01 Philippines 1111111101 began begantoday beguntodny begatitoday
today with wih n series HerlOI of quest Ilue iUeetlofln tlOIH Ions by b bSunltor l llonator
Senator Sunltor Puttorkon JuthJul In regard rlgnr to tho fit fitiif ft ftItHI fitIlcea
iif ItHI Ilcea ss of tho ito Filipinos lUIJlnu for Jury duty tuty Mr MrPatterson r
Patterson PIHtfHon asked whether the native nativepopulation Intlve IntlvePOfJUlltOI nativepopulation
population POfJUlltOI on 01 which the voting flaIl fianchlso rnl flaIlehiis
chlso Ih al IH II bestowed boslnwel could not bo trusted trustedto
to do juiy JUI duty dut The cfornor g orMr replied roplludIn rOlllau rOlllauIn
In tho negative 11laUVe Haying Huylli they are lre HO o uu Ilel used usedto d dto
to conuntlon CotIUptol In II tho admJnlMrutlon of ofJustice atjUltct ofJustice
Justice jUltct that they tht could coul nllullRtrltol not lut b he trusted trustedThey truslNIThey trustedThey
They need to be trained trIIMd ho sold soldto 8nllltu saidto
to have examples txllplesj they arc nut ready Icldy
for Jury duty1 duty1Referring duty dutyHefenil dutyhtcferriii
Referring Hefenil to the codo procedure In II the theIslands
Islands Coy Tuft Tln wild 8uI In 11 reply repl to a aquratlon nqUt aqtleotiOii
quratlon qUt tlul by b Senator SenltV Culborson Culberon that It I
Is II nn ni American Amrlenn code rather than thll a aSpanish
Spanish Hpnllh code codeUnder codeUnder codsJndei
Under the Spanish rculme relln said aov QovTnft aovTnr aovTaft
Taft Tnr the courts were not lut only sluggish uluijglshbut HIUIlsh HIUIlshut
but ut notoriously lolorlouHly corrupt and the thl first firstcourts Irst Irstcourta Itratcourts
courts established Qltnblshel by then ten Otis OIR woro worono wotono III
no I better Under Ulder Spnnlih Slnnhh nile Iulo there therewns thnoWiS thetawas
was WiS no 10 substantial buhslaltlnl denial dflfnl of Justice JusticeReferring JUIce JUIcenefmlng justiceBcerring
Referring to the petition petton of the Fed Federnl l Feioral el elcril
oral cril party aov Taft flr said all ni tho CUSCH CUSCHof CU80Huf eusesof
of Imjiusonment hnlJIRollcnl referred tcfI I to nnd 11 they theyw tIO tIOW tilo tilolv
w > I 9 for mllltniy Iltnl and lnt not civil civi offenses offensesPractically 01011C8 01011C8Irlotcnly oflei1seSIraotlcally
Practically Irlotcnly hero tlero mo 110 no oh cl1 clvii II prosecu prosecutions prosulons prosecutlona ¬
tions lons for political Illtcnl offenses otcnHtH at this tlmb tlmblov tn tnO
lov 10 O Taft Tar snld the original draft of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Federal party platform platnl had been beenBUbmlMod Ieel Ieelourltted beeiiiillbIflitictl
BUbmlMod ourltted to tho commission cOlml slon and Inll tlmt tlmtthe thulthe liii liiithe
the declaration lcclMIOI for statehood wan then thenmore IhOI list listlnore
more mort explicit cxplllt and Inl was WIH ultimately ultimatelyadopted ultlltI ultlltIndollC1 uhthniuilehyftiOptril
adopted ndollC1 My recollectIon Ilcolecton he said gnldIs
Is that we said nll to the repreontntlvei repreontntlveiof rellre eltntves eltntvesof
of tho party IlrlY that thlt this thlMllUJt thil must bo far In Inthe II inthis
the future rutUQ and Ild that we could make no nopromises 1 noprvniees
promises one way WiY or the other other1Is otherIs
Is 1 not 10t the thecollls commission > lon responsible responsiblefor rlonsl1le rlonsl1lefor
for the formation formtol of the Federal par party pat party ¬
ty 1 asked nskel Senator Senn tor Dubols DubolsNo
No It was Wil not IOt Hoy Uo OY Taft rcsopnd rcsopnded
ed He le cave IVO the names Illtl cf several severalprominent severn severalProminent I I11rollnent
prominent 11rollnent Filipinos 1 lplno who had misled oHslHtodn
In n the organization organlznton They ThlY had he said saidconsulted snlt snltconlulell saidconsulted
consulted conlulell tho members of tho commls commlsa cOllnl cOllnlalon coitnlnelan >
a Ion and tho latter Inter had encouraged enlurlrcl tho thoformation thoformrton hoformation
formation formrton us tl fur flr ns possible pOlslble because becausethe becnulo becnulothe
the for The
party wan WIO pence promise promiseof
of statehood had hld been no prominent prominentpart
part of the mission work of the lead leaders leaderl leadera ¬
ers erl
Toils Co 0011111 ConditIoi tail I Inn Hatlsfnotory HatlsfnotoryOroton SntllfnotorGroton Hnisfnctor1rotoii
Groton Mass MI8S Feb IS liTI 1iThic The remark remarkable remnrllnble remarkable ¬
able progress made by y President Prelllent Howe 1ooe 1ooeo1sBon htooevolts Howevolts
volts o1sBon son In his hll recovery from Ills se severe severo sovero ¬
vero attack ntuck of pneumonia pIWU10na continue continueand cOllnuel continuesnttl
and today todn announcement nlnOlncement was made madethat mllle mlllethl madethat
that last lns night Illht was wIsthe the most satisfac satisfactory antsfuc antsfuctor satiafactory ¬
tory tor since flnco the sickness sicknes bejan eun Today TodayDr TodlY TodlYDr TodayDr
Dr Warren Wnrrel the Groton school phI physician phIcl physlclan ¬
clan cl l will wi dismiss 11 ml l his assistant Qlstnnt and ald re reduce reo reodure reduce ¬
duce his vista llt to one oit a 0 day n V Mrl Mrs8oonevlt Mrs MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt Hoo I 1 said that she ahela U planning to totake totnlle totake
take week wee her boy to Washington toWa hlhit IMrl early next nextweek lext lextwee nextweek
herr Jcrr Iluarnp lolrnf Dead DeadCopenhagen nCIII nCIIICOl fleailCopenhagen
Copenhagen COl nhlgen Feb l eh IS ISHerr Herr Hoertip HOCIUIItho
the minister of public IIU blc Works orl < s who ha habeen has hnsen hasbeen
been en suffering suterlng from frol canccrd Is dead deadTill dendTim deadThIt
Till TillCrowds TIU TlthIi8TITItstGEIY TlthIi8TITItstGEIYCrowd STI lmWY lmWYCrowd
Crowd In tho tiiohtionts Ktrnols frlol nntl nll tho Mil MilItnry lUl Mitkary
Itnry Still 811 Patrolllne PatrolllneTrieste Inuling InulingTrlcste hnttohlltigTrieste
Trieste Austria Feb 10 IGrowds IGrowdsthrolge 15Crowdsthronged Crowd Crowdthronged
thronged throlge tho streets tHls tEl morning moring but butmilitary butmitary butmilitary
military mitary patrols pltrols keep the strikers Itrlk ll and andpubllo ald aldpnblq andpubliq
All the and andpublic andpublic
publlo pnblq moving 10lng Al squares In InpUblo
public pUblo buildings bUidings are 10 occupied by sol soldiers soldlers solhers ¬
hers and large contingents contlgenis of the mil military Inl tailitctry ¬
itary forces forel are In I readiness for Imme Immediate hnmedlnlc hinmedItto ¬
dItto action IUon linslness ls suspended suspendedA suspcn cd cdA
A number of those Ihac who were wounded woundedwhen woundewhen woundedwhen
when the troops on the Plaza Pllza Grande Grandefired Orlnte Orlntenred irandefired
fired a valley voley Into a t mob lol yesterday yesterdayhave yesterdayblVo yesterdayshave
have blVo since died diedA
A MISSUUItl MtSHiriii H KRUD KRUDA IiEUD IiEUDA
A TonYcorOld TonYearOd TonYcsrOldhloy Hoy Iny Shoots and andKills andlUl nd ndKill
Kills lUl Another liny linySt 110 110St Unyat
St Louis Feb FeJ 15 15As As the result lesul of ofa orn ofa
a n feud between otWCI West Wjst End boys Willie WillieLodger Wtio WtioLodger VlilioLodger
Lodger IGycarsoId 1Gyears o ti wbu t shot and In Instantly instantly no nostanty ¬
stantly stanty killed kle last Inl nltftt nit by Fretwlll FretwlllShock Fretwl FretwlilShock
Shock a 10yearold lad lat In knicker knickerbockers knlckerbockcr knickerbookers ¬
bookers Shock Is h a n prisoner pisoner at n the themounted theInounted themounted
mounted district station staton He admits admitsthat admitsthat admitsthat
that he killed kle1 Lodger but says he shot shotat shotat shotat
at one Ole ot Lodgers Iodgers qompanlons QOlpanons In 11 self selfdefense selrteten selfdefense
defense defenseThat teten defenseThat e eThat
That fellow had hn me down and tho thogang thognng ho hogang
telow 10wn nnt
gang of them would woul have beat mo to todeath toIralh todeath
death If I hadnt shot said Shock ShockThe ShockThe ShockThe
Iralh The I boys of both factions tactons are the thotons theons theoI1a
tons of welltodo weltodo welito do and respectable par parmts parIts parhits
hits Its ItsIathcr
Father and Rnl Son BOi IoiilathIy Patll Fatally Oiirnrd OiirnrdWashington UnrnmlW UItrnNlWashington
Washington W shnRton Pn Feb IBMrs Hen Henry len lenT lienry ¬
ry Hague and threeyearold son lon were werefatally werofatnl werefataiiy
T fatally burned last evening by y tho thochild thochil thechild
child fatnl pulling pulng an oil lamp Ilmp oft oc tho table tableAn tnbleAn tableAn
An chil explosion followed rolowed and Ild and the blazing blazingell blnzlnJ
ell was scattered scaterll over the two twoHenry twoHeny twohenry
01 Henry Heny Wil Dague the husband was WI also alsobadly alsobal alsobadly
badly bal I burned while whie trying trylnl to rescue his hiswife hiswlto hiswife
wife and ant child childKilled chil chil1lcl1r childltliied
Killed 1lcl1r by Imunllo JUU I I 0 Implosion ImplosionIronton 1Xlllollol 1XlllollolJronton lxplnsIonIronton
Ironton Ohio Feb 15 t5Wm Wm Homer Homercolored Jorner Jornercolored Itornercolored
colored of Hampton lnmpton City Ciy Ky IC and UI an another In Inother another ¬
other unknown ulknown colored man were In Instantly Instant Instantly ¬
stantly killed kiiell by a dynamite lnnllo explosion explosionat tfloslon tfloslonnt
at stant the thl big Ktnn 1lal tnn furnace early today todayTho tolny tolnyThe todayThe
The dynamite wns stoied ato1ed In a dog doghouse doghouse doghouse
house 1namle where tho two men m n who had hadapplied hadIpplOI hadapplied
applied IpplOI for employment cmploYllellt were sleeping sleepingJoe sl Cplng CplngJoe
Joe Homer who slept a ept with the men mennays me incasays
nays lorer he awoke n and Ind noticing nlclnl fire tro near nearthe nenrthc nearthe
the dynamite he fled from the buildingjust building bUItlng bulidlogjust
just dnnmle as the explosion cplClon occurred occurredSends occurredICruicr occurrCdItruger
ICruicr Itruger Sends 111 Letter Jolor to Hoosrvolt HoosrvoltDrussels loonol loonolDrussels htooseveltBrussels
Drussels Fob I ib 1C 1 1Git It J Is said the de desire deIlre thesire ¬
sire Ilre to keep secret sClret the departure depnrture of Dr DrMueller DrMueler DrMueller
Mueller tho former consul of the theOrange thoOrnnge theOrange
Orange Mueler Free Frol State In Holland Uolald for the theUnited thoUnited theUnited
United States was WI so keen that the theHoor theHoor hehoer
Hoor emissary booked his passage pnSRce un under under Untier ¬
der on ni assumed nlRuled nnnie nnnieAccording nale naleAClorllng nameccordlng
According to Information Informnton from re responslble reo reosponslble refiPOflSihlC
sponslble AClorllng hoer 10or quarters Mr Krugen Krugenletter ICrugerletter I Iletter
letter to President Roosevelt Hoolcvel of which whichMr whichMr wltiehiMr
Mr Mueller ueler Is the bearer eorer docs riot lot ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal for Intervention Interenton but expresses epreases re recrct reo reogret regret
gret lint he Is s unable unblo nt present prtRent to topersonally tvIefonoly tororsOIlflliY
personally congratulate congrntllatl President PresidentRoosevelt Presidentfloosevelt 1relldent 1relldentHoosel
Iefonoly Roosevelt cm fl his acCession to ofm ofmand omet ometIld office officennd
and Hoosel concludes with a grained allusion allusionto
Ild to the numerous numeruD Invitations Inllutonl to visit vleltthe vsltthe visitthe
republic which have arrived arrivednnd nrrlvwnnd arrivedand
the great grclt Ipuble
nnd ore still sti tihl arriving arrivingj nrrlvlnl orrlvlnlfflesldes
j flesldes > ldM ldls reorganizing the Boer propa propaganda propnRnndn propaanda
reorJunlllnI
ganda anda l In the Inltnd Unlt State Dr Mud Mueller Mudher tueller ¬
ler will wi ihl direct IHret hit efforts torts prlnlcpally prlnlcpallyto prlnlcpaly prlnlcpalyto
to obtaining government prohibition llrhlbilon prohibitionthe 01 01Iho 01Iho
Iho ohlllnni exportation of articles arlcles regarded by byho bytM bythe
ho liners xportnton as contraband cntrbql1 of war thus thustndhectly tbul tbulIndirecty thusindiiectiy
Uoerl
tndhectly eliciting an opinion on the thewar tbeWr thewr
Wr Indirecty from elclnl the United States govern governl govern1n governrnnt
rnnt rnnttr l Yl t tlr
1n Mr YlMr lr Muollor U supported luPPor ed by I wealthyItoer wealthy wealthyUoer l1by
JhlPlpr
Uoer sympathizers in 11u Kurppennci Pe M has haagreat hl hlrnt hasgreat
1loeriymi1lthtCI great rnt hopes regarding th tbl result of ofhis othll ofhis
his mission
V V
V V
Taxation is kfar isfar
far from qual qualSlgnifcont jualSignilcoisi
Significant Slgnifcont Representations HcprescntoLons fo 0 the State Doord loord of Cquof Cquofizntlon EquolIzolonlow quo quohotonhoW
izntlon Izolonlow hotonhoW llow dig Corporations Corporatons are lrc Favored In InWe InTlfe inV
V We 7 Way of Lo1 Low I Assessments ASesslent 1 1I
Thoro ore Indications Inllcotloll that the state stateboard statebonrll stateboard I
board of equalisation elUII aton I Is getting getng Into Intodoeji liitotbsp
doeji water and all thai 1L there tlra H I practical practicalunanimity prlctCul prlctCulUlalll practicaltIllanIflhlly I
unanimity Ulalll umontf umOI1 the t various nrlola counties tountlCHIn COIIt
In marked change changeThe ohufigoThe
desiring dClllng a I chnnJo chnnJolhe
The atttto Itlo board hOII Has las been receiving receivingpome t lvlnf
some Mie letters IBlerl the bulk bull of tluin reaching reachingIts
Its 18 ollro by h todays tolnR mall mul Tho docu documents ItOQUItolls clocumotile ¬
motile Itolls are respectful rspealful nUll conscrvntlvo conscrvntlvoIn cnservntlo
In 11 tone but they present facts which whichshow whichhow whioltshow
show that tho various tI UH county cOlnt govern governmtnts governliients overn overnlenls
mtnts lenls are Ile fur from roiti being b ln satIsfied ItlaOell that thatthe ttl ttltho titttthe
the state board onrt of equalization eluQlhmton Is ex extensively cx cxensisely ¬
tensively tonRlvlly engaged ongnget In the equalizing equalizingline eqlnlzlnl
line Inc especially 1IIIIIIIIy n aa between the th bl but 11 cot corporatlonu cot110rntonl carioratIons
poratlonu 110rntonl uml IIHI tutu the Individual I lvldunt property propertytaxpayer properlytnxlnyer pioperytaxpayers
taxpayer taxpayerTlic tnxlnyerTIl taxpayersThe
The TIl situation Hllaton no 01 pointed out In the theletters th thlclerH holetters
letters lclerH received l Oelellll Is briefly this The big bigcorporations bl1 bgcOrpoltltIoIls
corporations cor olaloli nuoh luoh as n railways rAlwnys ole telephone tcl tclpholo olepiiuiuo ¬
phone pholo and ll telegraph telerrnllh companies corn nlle oar oarcompanlns cnr cnrlollponlls oarcompanies I
companies lollponlls etc are Iro nsptssed It sard by b the thestate th th1IIIu theaute
state 1IIIu hoard hOlrd of equalization ellullziitol The farm farmers tn farmers n nIrs ¬
ers Irs bankers nlkers merchants Icrohnnl and Iml manufac manufacturerfl manurn9tlrerl Inanufructulrore
turerfl tlrerl are Ir assessed by tho county rOln1y as asBCSSOIS n nMSROIH naessors
BCSSOIS The effect efrct of ftho the showing In Inthe Intho Inlie
the statements submitted submlttct lg I that the thestate h hstile lie liestate
state stile board bORI of equalization IUulznton assesses nte SCS the theproperty theIltoprty theproperty
property of the big Ig corporations Iorportlons at 25 25to 2 25to
to SO 0 per pe cent of Its JI actual Ictlnl value Il while whiletlin whl sthuiitint
tint board bon Il requires Iequrol county count assessors nl rssoll to toassess to18tS8 totisseas
assess 18tS8 the lie other property nt lt 65 to 1070 70 per percent IlelCrlt lerccitt ¬
cent Crlt ot tho actual vMtio 1110 In 11 tho opdn opdnmarket opanmnrllet optnmarket
market If I the figures IgUreR In n the various variousstatements atlou atlouItntemeltl aulouShulelnents
statements Itntemeltl are lre correct nnd they are arecompiled arconlcll areonipiied
compiled onlcll from ofllcln 001101 records then the thefarmer thoflrmel thefarmer
farmer flrmel manufacturer monutlcturbr merchant and andbanker nlll nlllblnker and andbanker
banker blnker Is taxed tnxel proportionately Iroportonatel two or orthree 01thrle atthree
three thrle times thneans as heavy as the big lg corpor corporations corporItons corporutions ¬
ations Itons and this because of apparent apparentdiscrimination apparll apparentdiscrimination
discrimination 111crlmlnlton by y tho state board of ofequalization ot ofequalization
equalization equalizationThere equllzntion equllzntionhIo equalizationThere
There hIo are nineteen Ilnetecn counties cOlntlllnlereHted cOlntlllnlereHtedIn Interested InterestedIn
In this thll matter mnter so o far tnI as l railways rnlI1 are areconcerned nril nrilconctrld nr nrconcerned
concerned conctrld and still Ifl others olherl when It Itcomes I itcollies
comes cOles to telephone and telegraph teleurllh lines linesThe lnes lnesTill IiuieThu
The nineteen include the lie
Till mom 101lllluIIU 101lllluIIUcOUltcl populous populouscounties PoIIuloU8counties
counties cOUltcl in the state nail are listed ag
anl ar ltN1M
follows tOlowR Onehe Boxeldor Uoxel or Weler WeLtr Mar Morcan Margnti Ior IorInll
can Inll Davis Halt Srlt Lake Llk Tooele Summit
Jjtali Utah I Sanppte Carbon Clrbin Kmery I mel a rand OtaUI
Waaatoh Juab Mlllard Miard Scvler Plutfi Plutfiand Piutand
and Weaver Most of them have Joined
In the ptateniontjf Italollts of which the follow
lug Is a tolow
Int hIfftuIanpih wanple L JI I
11lu11Jlb V
> YXcdrfuiexariulnatiout Atcareful A c r tu examlnatlonMo pr pfiie o reJ re
1 tlvo tve values nl es of t exMllntiou property proper on the usress usressment tISFQSSmeat Rrels Rrelsment
ment rolls of Cache County COlnt cs shown
In the assessment INsesRment made by h the Ihecounly county countvassessor
assessor nssos ol under the rules made 1IIIle by b the thestate tht thestate
state stntt board of equalization ellnlalon and In that thatmade thatmade
made mnle by the state board itself IHair on 11 prop propirty IlrolII lhat
irty II 1 directly assessed nl 19s11 tlaivby th IIILeh lehy revenls revenlssuch reveulRluch revetIssuch
such luch a marked rllel discrimination In n ilu iluproportionate 1 Ihiproportiounte
proportionate 1II0portonnie share hlle of the th hue burden lurd n of
taxation borne by each when
tlxnton burl rom rompaied lom1ed tornPaled
Paled 1ed with Wih actual ntull values Rlles that tilt It seems ueemaproper lecmu lecmuprollol seemsproper
proper to call cnl attention ntenlol of the lie state stateboard slateboard stateboard
board of equalization cQualzatol thereto In order orderto
to secure leCUre a more mort equitable equiable distribu distribution dlslrlbutol dtstribution ¬
tion tol of the burden of taxation taxationReal taxatol taxationBent
Real Ienl estate and nn personal personalproporty property In
Cache county Coultycomllrlslng comprising residences residencesfarms tesldencetnrms residencesarias
farms arias business property Improve Improvements Improvemenls Improvemeats ¬
meats merchandise banks alks manufac manufacturing manufaoturln inanufacturing ¬
turing turln Institutions nsttutons and securities sccurltel are areassessed uteassessed areassessed
assessed In general by the county count as assessor nssessor assessor ¬
sessor under the rule of the state board boardof boar
of equalization equllzn ton at above seventy per percent PHcent Percent
cent of the lie actual value or the assessed assessedvalue aaseasednluo assessedvalue
value Is what the lie property prperty owner ownervould ownervouldrecetved would wouldreceived wouldreceived
received for said property If solo solaRailway Boll soloflnliway
Railway Hnlwn lines lnes and equipment equlpmenllnthe equlpmenllnthecount In the thecounty thecounty
county count are assessed by the state board boardof
of equalization equnlzaton twontyZO to twenty
five lve 25 per cent of the actual ntull value valueTho vnlue valueThe
The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Telephonecompan Telephonecompll Telephonecompan
compan compll Is assessed IHse8cd far less than tian fifty lCy
50 per cent of Ir Us Is value valueDisparity valueDIspnrly valueDIsparity
Disparity DIspnrly In assessment carries nn nnunjust In Inunjust enunjust
unjust discrimination dlscllmnaton by which one oneclass onoclns oneclass
class of property Is made ma e to bear a amuch amuch amuch
much heavier burden proportionately proportionatelythan prportonltely prportonltelythnn
than Is the other class classIf clnssI
If I one class Is assessed 18SRsed too high a alowering nlowering alowering
lowering of that class clnlswlhout without a n com commensurate cor coinmensurate ¬
mensurate menauratelncrrnse Increase of the other on In Inthe Inthe illho
the ho levy would woul shut off of necessary necessar rev revenue reyenuo revenUe ¬
enue from the state county municipal municipality ¬
ity I school and nld other departments of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the PublIc publc business businessIf businss businssI
If I one class Is assessed too low the thevarious thenrloul lievarious
various nrloul repayments repartrents of orp publlo blo business businessaro bUllness bUllnessoro
are deprived leprlve of revenue that should shouldcome shouldcomo shouldconlo
come from that source sourceThe sourceTue oure oureThe
The condition conditon of affairs atalrs existing xl tnl die disclose d dclose dieclose ¬
close n manifest 10nt lt cause of complaint complaintwhich complaIntwhich complaintwhich
which should be removed rem01edas as far as aspracticable aepractcable aspracticable
practicable practcable The state Ilate board boad of edual edualIzatlon eQull eQullIznton e4ualizatlon
Izatlon Iznton has all al the necessary ne Jlrr data to toestablish toestnblsh toestabhih
establish estnblsh conclusively the facts tact herein hereinpresented hereinpreKentld hereinpresented
presented as to the relative rela tve figures fgures ot otassessments atn8 ofassessments
assessments assessmentsAccompanying n8 assessmentsAccompanying esRmontsAccompnnylg
Accompanying Accompnnylg this Is a brief let letter letleI lettsr ¬
ter leI from the various county boards boardswho boar boardswho s swhu
who have couched their thllr note In the same samelanguage IQmeInnguage samelanguage
language showing they all ni see alike alikeHere alke alkeUere alikeHere
Here Is I the letter letterHon leter leterlon letterlion
Hon lon State Board Dar of Equalization EqualizationSalt Equalzaton EqualzatonSnit
Salt Lake CUy Utah UtahGentlemen Uah UtahienttemenWe
Gentlemen GentemenWe ienttemenWe We respectfully r lpecUu1y for forward torwnrd forward ¬
ward to you the accompanying aceomllanltl state statement stnteIlnt statemont ¬
mont Ilnt of conditions condiions that thlt nftect arect our ourcounty ourCOlnt ourcounty
county COlnt and Invite Invll your our attention atelton to the thefacts thefncts thefacts
facts sot forth fo th therein as you may see seefit seeft seefit
fit ft
fitA A further list lat Is s given ihowlng Ihovng the theaverage theIverngA V Vaverage
average IverngA tax tlX paid pl1 by railways raiways In some
I of lion ton the states 8tntl these being heInl heingVnn nn 11 Illustra Illustration luslrn luslrnI Ihiustralion ¬
Average tax tuJ permile ppt I mie mile paid paidby piid piidby pitidby
by railways ralwns In 111Inh inUtau Utah 1 17465 17465Average 1745 1745AlrUI 17465Aeras
Average AlrUI tax par I iii mllo mlo pulil pulilliy 11UhlJ
liy J II > railways r1IWQ In II Massachusetts aRBQhultl 141193 141193Average 14113 14113Aerge 1411931Ayoiage
Average Aerge tax ta per er mile mie paid paidby IJnldII
by II railways 1IaYI In II the United UnitedStates Unltel Unitedates
States ates 25U8 25U8In 25478 25478I 2i47lii
In II tho tbocolntl lii counties where the 0 8 L J and andR nMt
R I t a 1 W railway rla > run the following followingfigures folowinG
figures are ro pretcmtcdi pretcmtcdivalue IIesolltd IIesolltdA vresentcdAssessed
A Assessed le 8e1 value all alti Of OfOro o atQrrgon
Oro Qrl8On Qrrgon on Short Line Lineand 1111 titieoath
and UII Rio lu Uranda UrandaWestern Jrandiivnittuy rundoWltlel
Wltlel Western railway llwuy llwuy11t1
HUPS 11t1 In Utah 1 per perinlli porIII per0liilk
0liilk inlli III oC main Ilain tmuk1Including tmuk1 tlU tinuhsV < J
V Including ncuding equip equipment euill euilllenl Wqt1 Wqt1bent
bent lenl side sld tracks trackstramways IrnCJH IrnCJHtIunwQsnl trAOksV
V tramways tIunwQsnl and fran frln frlnchIIH franCilises
chIIH Cilises 10OS300 10OS30 10953QOof
VhhiD hhI of R 0 W
line In II 1900 as asliliovn n ashown < >
liliovn thownln In reports reportsInterstate rllOrl1 iiIIOrtHtu
to Interstate Inlllltntu Com Comne Coinsnene
4 snene nenl ne commission commissionr oomml8lon oomml8loner
t kter er r hub nlo Includ Includequipment Including ncludIng
Ing equipment equipmentJe 0974800 0974800VhhiD G97O G97Onlue 69748Oniue
nlue Je of R a w whi WI V Vlii
I hi II maikot Inallt u II mu In Indlcated Inllul indieated
dlcated llul by y funddd fundddlndbtednoss fund fundedndeble1ness d ddnblelno
dnblelno > lndbtednoss l per II permile r
jmlle llle mile J3370300 3370300Qut 33703QOQutstandurig
Outstanding Qut tnndll stock stockicr atolk atolkilr V Vyiitr
yiitr icr mile mie 2929300 2929300Total 2920800oIRI 2925900Total
Total oIRI fttook Itook nnd nndt nll nllLond arnlboiid
t bond por Ier mile mllaVflliie mIQ 10309100 m0910 6309100Vctliie
Vflliie Vailc of 0 S L Lflu 1 TL TLiiu
flu ht 1900 us 11 usln shown shownln
ln reports rOIotB to In Intprctnte Inratnte Inttrstate
tprctnte ratnte Commerce Commercecommission COlmerco COlmercoOlmltsol CommerceOtrnnisslon
commission Olmltsol Otrnnissloninile per pervinlle rei
vinlle nne Including Includingequipment includingcQuilnment lcludllg lcludllgCqUpment
equipment equipmentVplue 16105000 16105000y UlC OOO OOOJllue
Vplue iu of 0 S L I In Inmarket 11 Inniarke
market as ni Indlcat imuhicat4d
Jid 111 by I funded fUlded In IndebtednpBH Ini indebtedness
i debtednpBH per perII8 perI permiie
I t > miie II8 le 3787200 W87200uutstandlnt 37872004pstatidlng
uutstandlnt 1 4pstatidlng 1llldfng stock 8toclJer stockier
I Tpermlle Jer ier mie utile V 1S6400 1S6400Total 16H00 16H00I
Total 10111 stock and andhomln Ilel Ileli UtictV Utictbonds
V i bonds p Iler r mile mie 5041600 1504600In 5041600In 0400 0400In
In minor mllor details dllnJs there Is a n difference differencehatuwn dlerenco dlerencoh differencehiqtnoei
hatuwn h the Iht county statements tatelenll For ForIntamv I For1titiite or orItruul
Intamv tHcho lucho county COUII has only thu thugriKon thuOtlrn thuUrtgon
griKon Otlrn Short Line In Its ts list lst of rail railtva rnl railways
tva ways 11 > while whie Uoxeldor 10xellol Includes nchllcR the theSouthern theSIUhlr lie lieSouthern
Southern SIUhlr Pacific 1clc Weber has these and andttit l1d l1dIt andttI
ttit ttI Union HnIO1 Pacific 11 elfc and n d Rio Grande Grandeand Orlule OrluleItrl OrandeWterii
It Wterii Itrl and so on to the south and I Iatlurli iid iidhioaeVcr
atlurli uty y however hhliovcr the thashowing theJII theshowing
JII showing lng of discrepancy lRcrlant Is greater grater than thanId thul huh huhipany
Id tlll ipany any l other olh 1 junty wunl There lhero tho assess assessmertt Isee assessmeifl s slelt
mertt lelt by y the Ihl county oulty assessor IRICSlor Is figured figuredat Illuru Illurun
at n t 90 0 per er ient nt instead llttnd of 70 per cent aa aaIn I anIn
In the others while whie the State boards boardsiiBKWgmcnt boara boaralatflSOelt boardshiso3csrneiht
iiBKWgmcnt latflSOelt remains at 20 to 23 per cent centWeber centWthtI centWebri
Weber WthtI county figures 11urcs out the Union Unionund UnionInd Uniontund
und Ind Southern SoUthN1 Puelflr Iucle at about the same sameas
as the lie O 8 R L nnd R H n 1 W and andshows andshows andshotss
shows further f rth r that thlt the tl Union depot depotteal depQ depciteal
teal estate c tnto In II Ogden OKIlln City ciy Is assessed assessedby I Reset
by the state board bouJ1 at about onesixth onesixththe on slxtl
the thevalut value placed on adjoining Itjolnllg property propertyby
by the county assessor The street streetrailway slrelraiway streetrailway
railway raiway in I Ogden Is also uio away nWIY down In
the taxpaying list listIn lst lstIn listIn
In Salt Lake county the street rail railway rnl rollway ¬
way wa figures IlureR are these theseAssessed theseA8esecl theseAssessed
Assessed A8esecl value ot otSalt orSnIt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Citystreet Ciy Ciytreet Citystreet
street railway railwaylines raiway raiwaylnes raIlwaylines
lines lnes In 1901 Z352 2000 2000AsseSed 2331000 2331000Assessed < 000 000Assessed
Assessed AsseSed value of ofRapid orRupld ofRapid
Rapid Transit Transitrailway Trnalt Trnaltrnlway TransItrailway
railway lines tnes In InilOt
1901 rnlway 13232400 13232400Total 13232400Total 13232400Total
Total consolidation con80111ton 137066100 137066100Actual 37066100Actual 706610
Actual market val value valUs IJ IJue ¬
and andR andn andIt
ue of S L C
R T street Itrct rail railway rai railway ¬
way waylnca lines consoli consolidated con901 consohidated ¬
dated as shown shownby
by funded Indebt Indebtedness indebtedness ¬
Inlebt Inlebtedness
edness In n 1901 1101 1300000000 1300000000Emery 30000000 30000000Emery 30000000Emory
estato estateand estatoan estatoand
Emery county says that real rtnl
and an personal property prpery there compris comprising compril ¬
ing residences farms fars Improvements Improvementsmerchandise Improvementsmerchandlse improvementsmerchandise
merchandise merchandlse and live stock arc as asse 11 11set ussessed
lve
se sessed sed ed at to O per cent of the actual actualvalue actunlllue actualvalue
set
value llue while whlc Jer the showing showlnl In the rail railway rai railway ¬
way list lst la as follows followsR tolows tolowsn
R 1 0 W main line ln per mile1800000 mile1800000Sunnyelde mleOOO rnile804000Sunuiyeide
Sunnyelde branch per mile mie 4M 4nMM 4nMMAl 4115000 4115000All 0
All Al side tracks trcks per pr mile mie 25000 25000lolling 260 260nulng 20000Rolling
lolling stock Itck per mile mie 12850 12850franchise 124860Frncblac 121860Franchise
nulng
Frncblac franchise per mile mie 20SS 20SSAn 20SSAn 2688An
An Important Imporllt feature ot the subject subjectbrought subjectbrought ubjcctbrought
brought up by this showing 8holnl Is that If Ifho ICtho ifthe
ho assessments 18gelAmentB by the state board boardand bonrdand boardand
and by the county count assessors seSOrl were wer near nearer ¬
er together the assessed aseled value vlluo of or ordinary ordlnary ordinary ¬
dinary property would bo b reduced or orhat orthnt orlint
hat of the MB corporations corporatons would woult be beIncreased boIncrCled beincreased
Increased IncrCled If an Increase Incr n80r of the latter latterwere lator latorwere latterwere
I
were made mnde then the tax tax rate In Salt SaltlAke SnItLake SaltLake
lAke City and county could coull be b cut cutdown cutdown cutdown
down from half a mill mi to a 1 mill mi below belowwhat IIow IIowImt belowwhat
what Imt It has hn to be I otherwise othenlB and thous thousands thousnnds thousands ¬
ands of people 100pie would woull feel relief relet from fromtho tromtho fromthe
tho cqulluzatlon In Utah unh county countywhich countywblch countywhich
which euluznton has tha greatest reltest amount of rail railway rnl railway ¬
way a mileage In n proportion Ilroporton to other otherproperty olherprprty oilierproperty
property mleago the reduction ructon would oull be still stillmore stillmore tl
prprty
more marked mnrkel Weber Davis Morgan MorganSummit MOrg11 MorganSummit
Summit 1010 and several severl other othlr counties countes are arenbout areabout areabout
about on the same lame basis lls as Salt Sal Lake Lakecounty Lko Lkocounty Lakecounty
county countyTho countyTho countyThe
Tho state board of equalization equalzaton has hasnome hD hia hiasome
nome nuts to crack In the situation situationpresented siuaton siuatonlrsenled situationpresented
presented and the average avere taxpayer taxpayerwill tnxI1nerwil taxpayerwill
will come wil lrsenled take a t lively lvely Interest In the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
BENEFIT FOR MISS CLARK
A number of tho friends frl nds of Miss 1fs Ar Arvllla Ar Arvilla
vllla ln ClarK In view of her early dopar departure doparturo dopartore ¬
tore for Jlerlln perln are agitating agUatni the ques question qlrs qlrstlon ¬
tion ot giving shI her A testimonial testmonlnl benefit benefitbefore benentblore benefitbefore
before blore she leaves IIMes At a I meeting meetn held heldtills leld leldthis heldthil
tills morning at which Irof McClellan McClellannnd McClelan McClelannnd
nnd Messrs els Pyper Spencer liurton and andWhitney anl andJhitney
Whitney Whln were present It I was wa decided decidedto decie
to request the Salt Sal Lake Opera Oprn coin comIIJor11 corniniporhahit coinImportant
Important IIJor11 Cabinet Clhlne Conference ConferenceWashington olrercncc olrercnccWnshlngton onrerenceWashington
Washington Feb eb 15 15A A very Im Important Imporant m mporlnnl ¬
portant conference Clrernce was WD held In the cab cabinet cabInet cabInet ¬
inet room rom of the White Whie House 1OU8 today todayAt toa toaAt
At the presidents request he was wasjoined wasJoined wasjoined
joined there shortly Ihort after 10 oclock ooloc by bySenators bySenator bySenators
Senators Senator Allison Allon Aldrich and nd Spooner SpoonerSpeaker Sponer SponerSpenktr SpoonerSpeaker
Speaker Spenktr Henderson anil an Representatives ReprcaentatlvciCannon HeprfsntatvcI HeprfsntatvcICannon Representativescannon
Cannon and ondlrolenor nndt1robenor Grosvenor ana the he confer conference rnfer rnference conference ¬
ence lasted late until unti n few tI minutes minute after afternoon afternoah fternoon
noon It t U ll something lomthlna ot a colnddtuat coln QI
pnny plny to repeat the opera of Martha Marthaon Iarthaon
on tho night nigh of Wednesday Wcdnelday the 2Cth All Allthose Al Allthose
those present llreselt expressed exprled themselves as asfavoring Il Ilflorlng asfavoring
favoring florlng the Idea and committees cmmitees were wereappointed wer wertlPolnlrd werenipnined
appointed tlPolnlrd to confer cOlfer with others Inter Interested Inleretd intercs1ed ¬
ested estedMiss etd etdMIl cs1ed711cc
Miss MIl Clark Clurk leaves leavel for Berlin lerln In com company cm cmpany cornpony ¬
pany w wtbi th h her mother In time tme to sail sailfrom 811 sailfrom
from frm New cw York ork on March Marh 8 8that 8that 8that
that those at the conference conternc today were werewith werewIth werewith
with the exception ecepton of the president him himself himlelt himself ¬
self lelt and nn Senator Spoontf SIoonef the same In men menwho menwho menwluo
who took tok part Jart In the famous conference conferencea confernce conferncen
a n few weeks ck prior to tho ho Spanish war warwhich 1ar 1arwhih suarwhich
which whih resulted rsulted In the definite de nle conclu conclusion concu conculion concluaba ¬
lion that Congress Congs should appropriate Dpprprlnt DpprprlntSOOOo apprupriat5O000C00
10000000 SOOOo to be placed pI need at the disposal disposalsf
sf f the president pstent to t prepare prepar for war warNot WRrNot werNot
Not since that momentous mom en Iou occasion un until unm UnthL ¬
til today tody have ha the te lam l m men n b ben bean a for tor torI ¬
I
mnlly 1IIIy mitntnonail fora for 0 a nonforencoat nnrOenco at the
White Whie Hbtiftt 1 vu f Previous JrolOUI to the confer conference tontcrcnl conferilte ¬
ence cnl the thl president JIusldell broakfoMcd hronkfllled nt lt tho thoWhite thoWhie theVhite
White Whie House with wih Altynen AtyOen Knox Inoxolnultt
Poitmaster olnultt don Payne nnd Senator Senatorllaiiim
llaiiim In I 11 When tho conference brolte up
those who lio participated Illrtclpntell In It wore ox oxtremey
tremey trerely and nnl unusually UIUIUII letlcent Iolcent The Thefact 111
fact that tho senators lulUlorl are mcmbcin Icmber of ofthe ofthe
o
the steering oommlttce cOllnltee of the senate senateand Kennto Kenntonnll senatenail
and Speaker Henderson and his two twolleutcnnntw
lleutcnnntw leltelllll who were present nnl today
Practically IJrUrllQIY control cOltrol legislation 1 llllntol In tho thoIOU theiiott5e
house IOU O gave rloo II e 10 o tho belief belat that tho thoconsultation thoconsUlnton thisconaUitaioi
consultation consUlnton referred rcorrtll to the thl IctfHlatlvu IctfHlatlvuprogram IN lClslatlvuprogram lntvu lntvuPtRrnll
program In CotwrMs and un might tlrht have a abearing I auourliig
bearing 100111 upon the shaping of Cuban IIIn
Philippine Ihlllllno and Ild war revenue roenlo repeal leg lel ¬
islation 18111on There also 110 was on Intimation Intimationthat Inlllton Inllltonthnt tnfiinnlionthat
that the president plesltent talked tnll with wlh his hil lii party pllt plltloadel
t
leaders loadel In Congress ConlrolH about nbol the Bchloy Bchloycase Schlocnse Schlucase
case and n11 color wits given lvOl to this surmise surmiseby SUI1118 SUI1118b
by b a 1 remark dropped crlllled liy ly one ole of tho thosenators thosenalor thesenators
senators senalor But nothing not I Ig dpflnlto 111nnlto us to the thepurpose theIIUtlose liePurpose
purpose or result of th thf the consultation consultationcould cllulnton cllulntoncou coitisultationcould
could cou d be e obtained obtainedWarrant otalnedWarrant obtainedWarrant
Warrant fbr 0 Andrews AndrewsDotrtolt stnolrewsDotrtolt llrew llrewDotrtol
Dotrtolt Dotrtol Feb I cb 18 l 15A A second l c11 warrant warrantwaa worrlnl worrlnlWi
was Wi Issued today by II Prosecuting Pro orutll Atty ty
Hunt Jllt for F C Andrews ntreH whoso WhO over overdrafts Olr Olrdrufs ovardrafts ¬
drafts drufs and Ild over cortlllfd cerllfd cliccko I tlcIH wrecked wrexkadthu wrekad wrekadtha
the City lI Savings bailfc 1llk ohaiglug Chltglug him himwith hll lilniwith
with Ith misappropriating IlsalJ rolHlaUng the banks funds fundsHe fUldH fUldHHe fundslie
coudt cOldt He Is now 10W being boll arraigned nrrnl111 In police policecoudt Iolco IolcocOldt policeCoLldt
fun Wnlkrrs Wllkf Alnicxt hul t CollnpHo CollnpHoNew Cnllllo CnlllloNew
New York Feb 16 l 35Ainuost Almost Allo t on the theverge thevorgu theverge
verge of collapse COIIIIHO the 10 teams loaml now In Inthe II iiithis
the thl uKday walking walling nmttn IlntM entered enteredupon mlerel enteredupon
upon tho sixth and lust day of the 110 con contost tnit coltoat
Inc
oat it this morning mornlnl HeKoimati lefellll nnd nndCavanuugh 11t itudCavanatigli
Cavanuugh Ctanulgh have been I In the l If lead ad uslnce uslncetht Hints Hintstha Subslie
lie opening Olllnl day dl of the nice and 1111 8 8oclock 8oOloc 8oclock
oclock I his thlflornloB mornlog were about li 26 tithes inllosahead 1101 tithesahicad
ahead of their nearest comp COllitlorl conipotitors tlturii All Allof Al Allof
of the walkurs wnlkol are 10 greatly Kr t In II need of ofsleep atHlrell ofsleep
sleep and Int sonic sOle of tliiin thfn hun actually 11lunl force forcethomsplvoH roreethem toreethiomselos
thomsplvoH them elvol around the tle oVal At times timesone tllel lutesone
ola one of the men breaks Into a sprint only onlyto onl
to 0 retlto relro exhausted OXhlUSlll The score of the theleaders IheIlnders lieleaders
leaders Ilnders at 8 oclock ooloct was wasHegelmunCavnnaugh vushlegehhnuonCavanaugit us usJfgehnllCnvnnlulh
7191 7191HheltonOuerrcro 7291I4lmultonUuerrero
HegelmunCavnnaugh JfgehnllCnvnnlulh > 101 101ShoonGuerrro
HheltonOuerrcro I4lmultonUuerrerolaiuey1eticUs 691 681J 681J6ST2
t 6ST2 6ST2JC7S 6872GOhlenTrc 6S72loldotiTrucy
FaheyMetkus FaheyMetkusQoldenTrucy IaheyMettu Ml MlI
JC7S JC7Sicisii OC7SGlol
QoldenTrucy QoldenTrucyQllckHowarth GOhlenTrc I t II III 1II 1IIOlickhlowatthu
QllckHowarth QllckHowarthNoromncCnrtwrlB OlickhlowatthuNaromneCnrtwiight < 6484 6484NorollcCnrtwlJght
Glol 1onlth
NoromncCnrtwrlB NorollcCnrtwlJght NaromneCnrtwiightFaoneyFcenoy t tFaoneyFcency icisii 6 21 21l
FaoneyFcency FaoneyFcencyFrazerBulllvan l acleYI ecney I I IFaheyMetkus 0130 0130C079 C36 C36PrnzerSuIU11 6l30FraserSullivan
FrazerBulllvan FrazerBulllvanDavisCarroll PrnzerSuIU11 FraserSullivanlaslsCutrroll C079 609 609DavlyCnrrol
DavisCarroll DavisCarrollDennCnmpbcll laslsCutrrollDeanCaniphehi 5054 5054Ml G i
DavlyCnrrol
DennCnmpbcll D nnCRlpbel 6805 6805At G801 6865At
At fMO oclock Hcgolman and nli Cam Cavnnauith CtWI Camnauuhi
nauith nnulh tho lenders 1rfohnnn null the track and andrace 111 iundrace
race Doth men went we lt to their diofwlni diofwlniroom I10tlnl diesslilifroom
room rool and 111 said nel that thlt they the would leave leavetho Icavt leavelie
tho lie garden at It once llpjtclman 1001111 was wasalmost WIS WISnlmost witsalmost
almost delirious wlUl pain caused c ltHcd by byhis hyhla byhis
his feet delrlouR mvclllng wil and Cnvanaugh ClvQlnugh after afterbeing Itor ItorelHI afterbeing
Hwelng
being on the oval f tN tc < v three thleo hours Bald Baldho Inld saidho I
ho elHI would let the rnc go If I his hi partner partnerdid
did not no come coml on This hls the latter Ilter said saidho Imlt Imltb sitidlie
ho could not do doAt 110At doAt
b At 1110 after two hours absence absenceCavunaugh abselc absenceCavunaugh
Cavunaugh Ito returned to the track trck and andtald nndfald andsaid
Cnvnlnulh said he would continue contnue to tho finish finishalone In5h In5halono finishatone
alone If f ho hI could < The team lost eight eightmiles elahtmies eightmiles
miles mies In the two hours hoursKilled hourafES hoursKilled
fES lis tlU g gmUm
Killed a Man 3101 Named I Nordqulst in inTooelo inTooelo
Tooelo 100010 County CountyThe
The board bon Id of pardons plrdons met this morn mornIng morl morlIng morning
Ing In a brief brie session sesIon In the Supremo Supremocourt Supremocourt Supremecourt
court room and ant granted the pardon ot otGeorge orGeorge ofGeorge
George M Bates who was convicted convictedat cOlvlctld cOlvlctldnl
at Provo December 10 1901 101 of otthe otthecrime the thecrime thecrime
crime of voluntary manslaughter manslauJhter and andBentenccd nndsentenced andsentenced
sentenced to tl Imprisonment Imprisnment for one oneyear OMyenr onewas
year yearJlatcs yenrUnles
Jlatcs was WIS tried twice for tho killing killingof kilng kilngor
of a man named Nordqillst In Tooele Tooelecounty Tooelocounty Tooclocounty
county In 1895 His first trial was al In Inthat Inthnt inthat
ls Irst
that county and resulted resuled In his convic conviction cOlvle cOlvletonon conviclion ¬
lion on the charge of murder IUnler In n tho thosecond thosecond thesecond
second tonon degree degr e and he was WIS sentenced sentencedto lontlMel
to ten years In tho state llto prison ris on Aften Aftenserving Alon Alonsrrvil Aftenserving
of that sentence he hewas liewan
serving srrvil IT 1 months hf hfwns
was released upon habeas hlbeas corpus pro proceedlngs proeee proceeditigs
ceedlngs eee lnGs baaed upon tho ground that thathe thnthe thatlie
he was tried before a n Jury of eight eightmen olgMmen eightale
men ale Insteal of 12 12Ho 12le 12lIe
Ho le was WIS arrested arcsted again and n upon u u
change of venue was inca Ifca in I rravo rravonnd Iru Irunnd zruvuanti
nnd chtnle was convicted of voluntary man manslaughter munslnughtcr manslaughter ¬
slaughter WIS and was serving slrhur his hui sea sentence le seacites ¬
011 WtS to toan tonn totin
tence cites of one year which was brought
tClce relr
action of the board boardof
an nn end today by b tho acton
of pardons pardonsHo
Ho plrtons was pardoned because becluse of the re recommendation roo roocommendaton recommendation ¬
commendation 10 of the Judge who tried triedthe triedthl triedthe
commendaton the case that tho ends en s of Justice justco have havebeen havebeol havebeen
been thl fully met because e of good con conduct Cal conduet ¬
duct beol during ruly his hil hui Imprisonment and an dur during durlag ur urIng ¬
dlct ing tho time tme between betwl n his hil release and andtho nndthu andthe
the last trial trialTho trialThe
Tho application of Charles A Larson Larsonconvicted IQrsoncOlvlctet Larsonconvicted I
convicted Iplllcntol of rape was continued contnurd upon uponmotion upon10ton uponmotion
rlpe las
motion cOlvlctet 10ton of his attorneys atotnlYs for one month monthLIFE monthLIPE month1IiE
LIFE ENDANGERED ENDANGEREDMrs NDANOE1UJ NDANOE1UJMrs
Mrs Krncst Peterson ou Frightened FrightenedWlillo FrIghtenedWhie FrightenedYhIio
Wlillo Whie Jrne9t Being Being Convoyed Co1oyed to t Hospital HospitalA loS111 loS111A
A serious accident nccdent occurred about aboutnoon Ibout IboutIloon aboutnoon
noon today todlY jn n Fifth IJh East between betweenEighth betweenEghth betweenEjghutlt
Eighth and Ninth South streets which whichlesulted whichleRulted whichiceulted
Eghth
lesulted In endangering tho life Io of a apatient I IIlatent a1atient
patient who was being elnl conveyed conveye to St StMarks StUnrks StHarks
Marks Ilatent hospital hOlplnlln in tho ambulance Mrs MrsKrnest 1frsErnest rrs rrsrnest
Ernest Peterson had been placed In Inthe Intho Inthus
the ambulance to be e taken to that In Inttltutlon Inttuton InLtitUtiOui
ttltutlon and al upon reaching the point pointabove ponlnboo pointabove
ttuton became becameunmanageable bcnmeunmnnnGenble becameunmanageable
above named one Ino of the horses
unmanageable and ald started to run away awaykicking QIIY QIIYkcklng awaykicking
kicking the th dashboard out of the am ambulance amlulnnceTho ambulance ¬
bulance lulnnceTho The horse was finally Inal subdued subduedbut
but was WIS unfit unft for service and had ha to tobe tobe tols
be replaced by another one oneMrs oneMr oneMrs
Mrs Mr repllceu Peterson Petcron was badly frightened frightenednd trlgnoned trlgnonedpnd
pnd and nd her recovery was WIS very much en endangercd enIlnnGercd endangered
dangercd dangercdHE IlnnGercdlE dangeredlIE
HE lE STOLE 11KR 11m IIE i DIAMONDS DIAMONDSColored IAMONDS IAMONDSColored
Colored Woman Relates Her Ier Troubles TroublesTo
To the ho Police PoliceAt Polce PolceAl
At a late hour this afternoon afernoon a col colored colore colored ¬
ored ore woman called caled at the police polce station stationand stnton stntonknd stationand
the thodesk thedesk liedesk
and poured pourtc forth a tale of woe to
desk sergeant tergeantThe sergeantThe erleant erleantThe
The woman WOlln whose name could coult not be belearned belerne1 belearned
learned said n that her husband had de desorted deRorled dosorted
sorted lerne1 her ner anti had gone to Pocntello PocntelloShe loctell loctellShe
She wanted him brought back mime Immediately mimediately nlne nlnelltely ¬
diately lltely and punished She sold sho hl did didnot didnut didnot
not care for his h leaving Itahl her but when whenhe
he left he purloined her hr diamond ear earrings Iar Iarrings earrings ¬
lef
rings and Ind she did not nt propose to Io Iothem lose losethem loselieni
them AH the pawn shops she sold soldhave lal saidbase
have been 1 searched scnrhe but tho gems could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be b found The woman was referred referredto retere
to the county attorney attorneyMRS ntorney ntorneyr ntorneylS attorneyMRS r
MRS lS BBLDBN m I N DEAD DEADllotlicr DEADMolher DEADMother
Mother of MrgTGconre 318 3Irsieoro Ucoro Y Wallace WallaceDies Wnlaeo WnlaeoDies Wallacebles
Dies at Omaha OmahaMrs Omnlll OmnlllMrR OmahaMrs
Mrs 0 Y Wallace Wnlace received the sad sadIntelligence sadntellgnce sadintelligence
Intelligence ntellgnce last Inlt evening of tho death dctl at atOmaha It ItOmaha atOmaha
Omaha of her mother Mrs 1rs Rebecca ItebeccaIJelden lebeccl lebecclHeiden Rebeccahielden
IJelden at the ate of 79 Mrs Belden Beldenwas Dolten Doltenwns Deldenwas
was w w1 well ll known In n this city ciy where wbersh wbershbns she shehas eh ehhas
has spent spnt much of her time tme during durin the thelait theIUt thelast
last IUt 25 2 years and Dnt where she has bn made mademany mademnn mademany
many mnn friend I Three other otherchlrel children are areMrs ar arr areMrs
Mrs C W V Lyman of Omaha formerly formerlyof former
of r this city Mrs C F f Lloyd of Uuttc UuttcMont Dutc DutcMont l3uttcMont
thi cly
Mont and N S Belden of Las Vegas VosasN 1IS 1ISN
N M Two other children chidren are dead deadMrs deadMr deadMrs
Mrs Belden llden had U 1 grandchildren rrlndcbJdren and andfour amItour andfour
four great grandchildren grandchidren She won wonborn WI waiborn
born br at geat MU 11 Katoo EaSOD Ohio AprIl Ari 6 UU 1U 1UL
L
IJOl1FJCallot Hon P J Canii CaniiTalks
l Talks lkslo to TTOifl en enSpcats
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Speaks Spla s to Woman Suffrage SuffrageJssociqfioz V Association fssocialioJ Believesin BelievesinWomens BclctcS Bceves i in inIVonwi
Womens vJomels s Riffhts Rlyls1 Women JVOlC Eilhct Uplift Ille 1I Political Politicalot 6oliflcaI 6oliflcaIor
ot or Destroy Dcslro ffim l u Mcssage of Greeting G ding to b Miss klssAIIOll1 Anthony Anthonyon AiIioi AiIioioil
on oller Her Birthday Birildop BfrIhda from Foreign I rcigl Delegates
u
Special Spelnl to tho News NewsWashington NIII NetvsWnshiingtoui
Washington Wa hlRtOI D 1 C Fob l e HHxSen HHxSenator 14 xHII
star Itor Cannon Cnnlol last evening oveling made an al ad address aldless auldiess ¬
dress before b for the Woman Womnl Suffrogu SutrullJ UHHO UHHOelation n ussociatioim o oIlutol
elation Ilutol He Il believed bolevod ha voiced voleel tho sou soutlmonts sOl seiitimeris
tlmonts Imltl of Isis hIl state silto In II endorsing clllollnl tho thowoman tho10mn1 tim timwomati
woman 10mn1 suffrage movement movementThe mUumenthe
The he time tme hut come said Il he when whenU whenIls
U Ils U nonwiue non luo to 01 IllucHS diues BUCKS the question qUUHtol us usfo 111
10 whether or not It the women womol of thin thinfjXintry th thCJltry thiscJtiiitry
fjXintry CJltry have the lie right to vote voll Most Mostcortulnly Mo Mostrirtuliiiy l lorlulnly
cortulnly they tho have hlvo the right to vote votehut voll volthut
hut the thl jTewnt mention quelton IH as lS to wheth whether ¬
er Ii 01 not lot It I Is l their duty to vote voteMr voteMr ote oteMr
Mr Cannon CSlnon explained lxplnllld that he had hnd not notalways notnlllH notalways
always nlllH Wn Ilel a n bellover bllovor In woman suf suffrage lur lurCrago sutrage ¬
frage rage but blt now nw ho was WI thoruogly thoruogl con convinced conlncllhll conminced ¬
minced lncllhll that women omul with wih the ballot 1IIIot will willnot wil tviilmint
not degrade dlrndo politics pollcH W V Ve have Ille found foundIn tOll11
In 11 our own 011 state stall ho continued 1011nuld that thatwomen thlt thltomel thatwoinehi
women omel cither eiher uplift ulllf the politician 110110111 or ordestroy urdestroy ordestroy
destroy him I wnnt Inlt to live Ivo to see the thetime thetmo theline
time tmo when whel men all ni over tho country coulir will willescort wl tviitescort
escort their sinters 1lller mothers mOlhor daughters daughtersand daulhNIs daulhNIsnll
and nll wives wlvel to tho polls pol8 pol8I 110119roitivr
I roitivr 01 S m 1llS1RVI SIm WANTED WANTEDSenator W WANTEDSetiator ANEDSeutor
Senator Seutor Kawllris nawlna called culed at nl the land landoillce 11111 11111olce landOlhice
oillce olce nnd nlil presented Ilrescltel n I petition IIftton from fromWilliam fromlllm fromilhInm
William lllm ilhInm Howard 10wld of huntington Uunlnltol nnd MU MUother Mi 641other
other IlUiitii llnnl asking that certain c rtnln land landat Ilnel Ilnelnt
at reserve reserveFLOHENCK tesel huntington 11111stol bo lu Dot lot aside aa ni trent forvntreserve trenttesel forestreseiv
FLORENCE MINING LEASE LKABUInvestigation LEASIInn LEASEInvestIgation
Investigation Inn lhuton of the Florence 1 roltilnB 1llln
lease In Ulntnh reservation l S8Vntol which was wascalled wnycnl11l wascalled
called cnl11l for by the hue senate has hu been refer referred teterred referred ¬
red to a subcommittee Hubcommlco consIsting conlltl of ofSenator otSntor ofSenator
Senator Sntor Clnpp Mina MIII Quarles Qtiar1eand WIs WIsand Wisnnt
and nnt Itawllns Jnwlnl Senator Itawllns nwln8 has hn ro requested roqUeste roquested ¬
quested Senator Helulor Stewart Stewlrt chairman of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Indian committee commltce to summon wit witnesses wi witneases ¬
nesses nles to testify testy In tle tlo matter matterPHNBIONS mnter mnterPENSINS matterPENSIONS
PENSIONS PHNBIONSWilliam PENSINS PENSINSWiiam PENSIONSWilliam
William Wiiam Lonstroth Mention Utah Utahhas unb
has been beol granted grnlteJa a pension penlon penlonIAHO JO JOIDAHO 0 0IDMIO
IDAHO IAHO POSTMASTER POSTMASTEUIdaho rOST1rASTIm rOST1rASTIm111nho
Idaho postmasters pOHtm ster appointed nJllolntel Grouse GrouseCaster GrouReCn arouseCaster
Caster Cn ter county coully W H Cherry vice II I V VMcOlellan YMcClelnl VMeClellaim
McOlellan McClelnl resigned New Plymouth PlymouthConyon Jlymotlh JlymotlhConon I1ymonliCanyon
Canyon county F I S Stevens vice Em Emma Emma Emata ¬
ma Vcasy rnl resignedMISS resigned te resignetiMISS cnetl cnetlMIBS
MISS ANTHONY HONORED HONOREDWashington IONOHED IONOHEDWoabngton hONOREDWashington
Washington Feb ICIntercst In the
DEATHS DEA THS HEAVY HARVEST HARVESTTakes HARVE HARVETake
Takes Take Two Children Chidren from One HomeBoth HomeBth Buried Today TodayTwo To TodayTwo
Two Others are Dangerously Ill I With Wih the Fatal FatalMalady FatalMalady FatalI1aldy V
Malady of Scarlet Fever Feve FeveI
I I j
The dreadful dredful malady mnln y of IC scarlet fever feverhas roverhns feverline
has been beel stalking through throulh this city for fora forI
a I long time tme and the results rEslls are fraught fraughtwith rroulhl rroulhlwlh fraughtwIth
with wlh sorrow One On ot Its It I saddest 8ddesl visIts visitations vlHln vlHlntons visItsions ¬
ions tons coma cmo last night Ilght and ald this morn mornIiif mornIn niornbug
bug In when It claimed for UB ls victims victimstwo victimstwo lcUmstwo
two children chlliren from tho i samoa MiO > household householdand
and nn remained remnlnet to encounter two of their theirlittle thehlte theirlittle
little lte brothei brlhCls s In a n life le and death deathstruggle duathtrugle deathetruggho
struggle The trouble thus described describedhas esorlbe esorlbehns
has fallen fnlen upon the home of Mr r and andMrs umlMrs andMrs
Mrs Alfred Olacn Ol r who live Ivo at 320 320west 320west 120west
west Seventh South street streetA
A little Ito over a I week ago Florence Florencethe
the sevenyearold daughter wan wanBtrlckcn Wil Wilstrlckel wasetrickoit
Btrlckcn strlckel with wih the th fever and n11 a I day dn or ortwo 01 ortwo
two tw later It attacked ntncked her 12yearold 12yearoldbrother 1yenrold 1yenroldbrother 12yearoldbrother
brother Clarence CIQenee Alfred who also con contracted contrncted contracted ¬
tracted diphtheria about the eamo time timeTho tme tmerho iliacrime
children under underthe undertho tinderthe
rime two chidren kept sinking slnkln1
the withering blight lGht of tho disease d8l e that thatwas thntas thatwas
was as uix uln uuon > n them and as n their mortal mortalstruggles mortalstrulllel mortalstruggles
struggles strulllel were drawing drwln to a I final nal end endtwo onlltwo endtwo
two of the other children chidrn came cme down downwith downwih downwithi
with wih the same disease While Whie the heart heartbroken beanhroken heartbrokemi
broken parents were watching the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death pallor lalor creep over tho faces of
FITZSIMMON FITZSIMMONfAND AND AD JEFFRIE JEFFRIEKew JEFFRIE JEFFRIENew
New York Feb IB ItRobert Robert Pita F1Utlmmons Flz shin hi of the th world world The be contest Js to totake ta1m tosimmons
simmons 1m mons and an James Jeffries Jefries signed signedarticles take place plat before re the club offering oterni the thainghast thenrtcles thearticles
articles nrtcles here today tod to meet In n a n 20 10round highest lughat puree pure Tho winner Is I to re recelvo refound rerouiid
round glove hovo contest on some lomo date be between ¬ celvo CO G par Jar cent and M the loser 40 per percent pertween pertween il
tween May May10 10 and 20 for the champion cent tnt of the purse
RESOLUTIONS OF REGRET HEGHETNational lWUEr lWUErttonal REGRETNatlollat
National ttonal Council Cunci COtillCIlOfViOflielI of Women Takes COB COBuizanco Co Collznc Cogiiliaiica
uizanco llznc of Aunt Xlna Ina Youngs Youngs Death DcatbThe DeathThe DeathThe
The National Natonnl Council Counci of Women Womenwhich Womenwhich Womensvhiich
which Is now In n session SIS8on nt Washington Washingtonhas
has forwarded to Ml MII Miss s Anna Cannon Cannonof
of this city cl through thrugh Its ls corresponding correspondingsecretary correspon correspondingsecretary lng lngscretary
secretary scretary Kate J nte WaIler Wal or Harrett Jnrrett a copy copyof
of tho resolutions rsolutons of regret Brl that were wereadopted weredopted svereedopted
adopted by the council cunci at Its I last meet meeting meatIng meeting ¬
ing at Uuffalo on the death of the thelato thelate thelate
late Mrs Mr Zina 1 1 Young The resolu resolutions NsolutOIS resolulions ¬
lions tOIS are as follows followsResolution tolos tolosHeoluton followsResolution
Resolution adopted ndopt by b the National NationalCouncil NRtonal NRtonalCounci NationsiCouncIl
Council Heoluton of Women at the Triennial Triennialheld Trlonnlll Trlonnlllheld Triennialheld
Counci 1901 1901Resolution 1901nQsoluton 1901IlesolUtioti
held In Buffalo Dutalo September r
Resolution nQsoluton on the death deth of Mrs tr Zlna ZlnaD ZinaD
D Young YoungResolved Youngneaolved YoungIlesolved
Resolved That the National Natonnl Council Councilof Counci
of Women omefl recognizes regnize In n the death of ofMr otMrl ofMrs
Mr Mrl ZIna D Young president prsident of the theRelief theIel theItehief
Relief Iel corps corpl a nlos loss that will wi be severely severelyfelt sverly sverlyfelt
felt by tho society over which she so solong solong
long and acceptably presided presidedThe prellde
1011 The Th Council Counci extends to the Relief Reliefsociety neleC neleCloclety Reliefsociety
society nn expieislon of Us Is tender sym sympathy symnpathy YI YIpath ¬
In Its bereavement together with withthu wIththe
pathy It tOlcther wih wihthe
the hope that the society sciety may In this thiscrisis thiscrlsll thiscrisis
crisis crlsll be guided to the election electon of a n SUP SUPccssor surCClsor sueceMor
ccssor under whose Iwidcrshlp INderhlp Its It work workmay wor wormay wotrmay
CClsor ed may be I not nter only continued contnue but extend extendThe etend etended extended
edThe The Council Counci recognizes In tho Relief Reliefsociety Relet Reletsoloty Reliefsociety
society soloty one of Its It most Iost loyal members membersnnd
nnd realizes that to Mrs Youngs oungs broad broadvliws brandviews broadvIews
views renlzcs the relationship rlatonshIp of the W R S Sto 8to Sto
to tb te the K 1 a 0 C of W U 1 largely Jiey due
Notional Nntonnl Woman WOlnn Suffrage Rurfragl association associationmeetings ISocl ton tonmetlga I Imneetliiga
meetings metlga today was wnl heightened Ilol htclcd by tl tin thufact thornct tinfact
fact that It marked tho eightysecond eightysecondbirthday olghtYIQond olghtYIQond1lrlhday eightysecondbirthday
birthday 1lrlhday of Susan Slsan U l Anthony SIte wuu wuutho IUt railie
tho lie recipient of many congratulation congratulationnnd eOIrntulltunl
slid n ld wn feelingly te llgly referred to In tho In Invocation Inoellon lnocation ¬
vocation oellon by Miss lll Laura UoMorrltU UoMorrltUMany 1cotII DeMorrltleMany I IMnlY
Many llorul tributes alee were cro received receivedby rotolvet
by her herThe herThe V VThe
The following tolowlnl message mOllnge of greeting greetingfrom greetn greetnfrom greetingfrom
from the foreign rQelgn delegates I11IeQIU was received receivedby recelvel
by y her hel and nlll read from the platforms platformsWe tllntorml tllntormlWI
We WI the undersigned undetBltnd foreign dole dolegates delcglt dolegates
gates glt 8 to the first International woman womansuffrage womunlufrge ioinunsuffrage
suffrage lufrge conference gladly lake tho op opportunity 01 oplottUtuith ¬ 4 4IOrtullt V Vduly
portunity IOrtullt of your eightysecond birth birthclity birthdl
duly dl to tl express exprce to you our love 10 nnd rev reverence r revcienco ¬
erence our gratlturo crntturo for t r your our llfelonnwork llfelonn lelon liteloniwork i I Iwork
work for or women and our rejoicing roJolcl11 that thatyou thatyou
you 101 have hnV lived lved to ecu pel such great steps stepHonward 1111 stepsonward
onward olward made by tho lie world at largo In littho Intho V
tho direction 11rectnn In II which you ou led at first firstunder firstunder rst rstunder
under such prejudice l > Praying 1rlnt that thatyou thatyoti
you 101 may enjoy years ar of health henlh cheered cheeredby cheewlby
by everfresh advance wo remain your yourlovlni yourloving our ourlovinA
loving friends friendsFLORKNCH frlels frlels1LOmmC1 friendsFLOltlTCE
FLORKNCH lovinA 1LOmmC1 FBNWICIC 1 NICI MILLHR MILT4IiIOEnirlond MILLHRICnirlnnJ mTm
ICnirlnnJ ICnirlnnJSOFIA Bnllno BnllnoSOFIA EnirlondSOFIA
SOFIA LBVORNA FIUEDLAND FIUEDLANDRussia l FIUEDLANDhiussia mEDLANDnU881n
Russia RussiaCAROLINA nU881nCAnOIIINA hiussiaCAI1OLINA
CAROLINA HOLMAN 10LMAN HUlDOBnO HUlDOBnOChill JUDOnRO JUDOnROChU V
Chill ChillOU11DUM ChIliOOJRDUM
ChU
OU11DUM GUHDUl DI1EW8EN nnEW8JN Norway NorwayV1DA NorwlY NorwlYV1A NorwayIDA
IDA V1A GOLDSTEIN Austrralla AustrrallaEIWA AU8trralu AU8trraluFHMA AuatrrtuliaERMA
EIWA FHMA BWALD I W ALD Sweden SwedenANTIONKTTE SwclenANr10NI SuedeuiANTIONETTE
ANTIONKTTE ANr10NI TE STOLLK Germany GermanyMrs OornllY OornllYIrl lsrnmiiyMrs
of Philadelphia presented presentedn
Mrs Irl Doyer Phltol llln prescntt
n plan P1 ° fl of work for tho coming year yearThat yearThat I ITlmt
That part relating rolltnl to taxation tnxntoll without withoutrepresentation wtholt wtholtrepr withoutiepresontii
representation repr iepresontii 80nt ton tion caused ronslderabln rOl8h1ernblo ds dscuinlonwhich dlscUllonwhlch thiscussionwhichi <
cuinlonwhich cUllonwhlch developed the th fact tlct that tmt in inpaying 11 11paying iipaying
paying tho taxes a Q member of tho ilclei ilcleigates relt1 4etogates I Ialel
gates alel Insert Illcrt In II tho tim tax ta nertincu nertincupaid certnct oertiflcae1imaid f fpald
paid under protest prott I A BUirststlon sULr slon M Mthe 1 Y Ytltc
the president that all ul present pretent that art arttaxpayers aN aretaxpayers
taxpayers should shoUlt Hue 1lle brought to thou thcllfeet thoufeet I Ifeet
feet tnXJaynrH over 20fl 20 women other Oher recom recommendations recor recoininundations ¬
inundations ndatona by tho committee commlto wore 010 to toappoint toIPpolnt toappoint
appoint IPpolnt a special Ipecllt committee commlteo to 0 double doublethe doublei
i the memhernhlp that clubs seek Quail Quailfled quaillieul lnl
fled women as ni local organizers and andwhen andI andtIuen
I when feet such Slch are found Invite them v vassist xi xiasHlst
I assist aSH Is that Uni a national 1110nai column bo 10 pub published IlubIHhcd publishied ¬
lished In tho Womans Journal tat tatsystematic t thatsystematic nt ntKylomoto
systematic IHhcd work be don lon to increase Increasthe increasethe ncrelRe ncrelRethe
the Kylomoto circulation of suffrage literature literaturettxit leraur1 leraur1t hiteraturthat
elroulnton V VhOt
that t t presidential presldenlal suffrage surrnge bo urged Irgel nnd nndthftt nndthat
that there be a womanssuffraBe womanuutrnte Warns Warnssimilar utamssimilar tnmsImlnr
similar to that used lael1 In Franco that thatprizes lh lhprl thatprIzes
prizes prl Imlnr es bo offered for tho best essays essayson
on woman suffrage and that wo con continue rontnue continue ¬
tinue womln our plea plra Irago for a sixteenth amend amendment amenlI amendmeat ¬
tnue
I meat respecting roapectn woman womln suffrage
two of their precious ones and noted notedwith notcllwih notedwithu
with almost Insufferable nsuternblo grief tho thodeadly thedeidly thodeadly
wih deadly deidly progress of tInt fever In the theother thoother theother
other two little lt0 ones onol Florence was wasthe waSthe witsthe
the llrst Irst one on to he released rleMelt from frm her hersufferings hersurerlnga hersufferings
sufferings surerlnga the summons IUllOnR having come comefor cometor comefor
for her at a n lato hour last night Then Thenafter Thei Themuafter
after the sad vigil vlll of the night Ilght hours hoursthe hour8tho hourstho
tho young spirit spiri of Clarence Carnc Alfred Alfredtook Alred Alredtoolt Alfredtook
took Its flight flightNo flsht flightNo
No Notrlcndl V friends were permitted permited to enter enterthe enlerthe enterthe
the sorrow stricken atrdlen homo to lighten lghten the theiroe th thewoe
woe on the hearts heartl ot tho parents pnrnts but butthin butth1 butthis
ot sympathiz sympathizing ympathzIn ¬
thin th1 morning mornll a company
lag In neighbors nlghbor fathered Jntherd across IcrORI tho thostreet thoatreet thertret
street from tho home amid nn sang a few fewtongs fo fo10nlI fewsongs
tongs that tho bereaved ones OICS snnl might mightknow mIghtknow V Vknow
10nlI know they were not forgotten Two Twolittle Twolte Twolittle
little graves were dug dUI at the lie City come cemetery comecry ¬
I lte cry under tho direction drecton of Joseph WIN WINHtm Wi WiI Wit11am
tcr
Htm Itm Taylor raylor tho little Ito brother and Mllis Mllister sis sister sleter ¬
I ter were laid Inll side ide by y side Tho graved gravedwere Kravcsere graveswere
were ere dedicated ledlcnte by b UUhop Uibop SeJdon of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Fifth Prth ward wardTho wardTito vad vadTo
Tho To hearts hearl of the parents ptr nl are ar torri torrib tOI toribetween
b between tween the grief for the ones onei that thathave thatbavo
have 10 gone go no and anxiety olxlaty for the two who whoare whoa whoare
are a now no struggling trugglng between life lfe and anddeath Iml Imldeath anddeath
death But Dlt they are Ire older than tho thoones thinonce I
ones who died and better beter able to make makethe mlko makethestruggle 1 1tle
the tle thestruggle struggle ttr ilo so tbcro la J hopu ho that tal they theywill tbeywi V Vwill
will wi pull pul through < f
BUDDING BUDDNG FINANCIER FINANCIERBoy FINANOEU FINANOEUy
Boy y With an Kyo Jyo EyotoBusines to Business and the th thCnductor theConductor thaConductor
Conductor ConductorHe
Cnductor CnductorIo 1 1lie
He Io was Wa a I small Im1 boy bo with wih a tousled tendedMiock tousledbock tousledbock
bock of blond blon hair and an a cupldbowmouth cupldbow cupldbowmouth cupidbovfmouth
mouth Ho might have been 7 years yearsof yenr
of age Clasped tightly tGhty In his right righthand rightIand rightbaud
hand was wn the chubby first Irl uf his 4year 1yearold 4yearohl
old brother and together they boarded boardedthe bnrded bnrdedthe
the uptown up town East Second Second South car at
850 this thll morning moring In due season tho thoconductor I Iconructor V Vconductor
conductor conructor made mae his appearance After Afterdiligently Arer j jolillgenthy
diligently digenty hunting huntng In n his small smal pockets pocketstha ock ts tsth
the th bigger boy bo produced prduce a nlckle and andwith In Inwith andwith
with a nod of his hil head In n tho direction directionof directon directonor 1 1siitt
of the second 8ecold edition e41ton said 81d Say Sn you youaint ou ouIlnt itm
aint Ilnt going golnt to take nuflln for de kid kidUpon kidUpon kIdUpon
Upon being assured asure that no levy le would wouldbo woul 1 V Vbe
bo bt made upon him for his brother the thetoy thotoy thetoy
toy said Inld Now give me two transfers transfersfor transCerl transCerlfor t tfor
for de Warm arm Springs SptlnJ This request requetLelng requestbeing requestteeing
being refused refu the lad waxed waed wroth and andexplained Bmloxplalned antiexplained
explained that the conductor on the theWarm theWtrm thisWarm
Warm Wtrm Springs SprIng car might Insist on pay payment pnyment ¬ V
ment for both and he wanted wanto to take takoprecautions tnkorr takeprecautions
precautions Cutons Tho lad got his transfers transfersand trnnsferslne I Ihad
and lne rr by the time Main street had hat been beenleached beenmeached V
leached the passengers on the car were weraunanimous wereunanimous
unanimous In the opinion that a bud budding budding ¬
ding financier and a coming secretary secretaryof secreta y yof
of the treasury had been launched OB OBhis o ohis
his daullnr wmrt 1 r
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